New Perspectives for Reference Service in Academic Libraries, Volume 23
Argues that successful and rewarding research can be conducted by students in academic libraries if they are informed of the inquiry characteristics of particular disciplines
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INTEGRATING CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
THE STRUCTURE OF SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE
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abstract American American Library Association annotation anthropology area studies Bath University behavior bibli bibliographic and substantive bibliographic structure body of literature Chapter characteristics Clark and Trow cognitive College components concept concerned course coverage Criminology Dictionary discipline discussion Encyclopedia Eugene Garfield example expose field forms or stages Freides functions geographical areas given groups Handbook HRAF Ibid individual inexperienced researchers Instruction and Library instructors intermediary sources John MacGregor Journal kinship Knapp knowledge learning library research Literature and Bibliography materials Mclnnis method Michael Polanyi mode of inquiry nomothetic noted organization particular patterns Permuterm primary sources problem psychology reference librarians research guides research strategy reviews of research Sciences Citation Index scientific literature Social Sciences social scientists social-scientific literature Sociology Source Index specific SSCI structure of scientific structured inquiry student subcultures subject matter substantive literature substantive structure suggests tacit knowledge teaching tion tripartite matrix undergraduate users York Ziman